Forté seeks to amplify the voices and experiences of all women. On Nov. 4, we’re hosting the first-ever Forté Diversity Day! We want to help women who have historically been underrepresented in business move forward in their careers and grow as leaders.
Join us at this free symposium for women who identify as African American, Black, Hispanic, Latinx, and/or Native American. Connect with other motivated women, network with mission-aligned companies, and explore how an MBA can help you rise up in the business world.
Kick off the day with an introduction to Forté and inspiring remarks from our keynote speaker (to be announced soon!). Join us live for a chance to win a GMAT voucher worth $250.
Successful women MBA alumni from Forté partner business schools speak candidly about their b-school experiences, share personal insights, and answer audience questions.
Gain exclusive insights on business school admissions. Seasoned MBA admissions professionals discuss researching schools, the application process, admissions requirements, and financing your MBA.
DEI initiatives are a high priority at business schools around the world. Hear experts discuss how b-schools are shaking up the status quo by developing more equitable and inclusive communities.
Connect with current student leaders from Forté partner business schools.
Connect with admissions staff from business schools across the globe.
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Forté’s community of motivated and inspiring women is changing the balance of power in the workplace. We open doors for women to reimagine what they can achieve in business.
Through business education, role models, professional networks, and leadership training, Forté shows women how to build the credibility, skills, network, and confidence to thrive as leaders and change the status quo.
Our powerful alliance of talented women, influential companies, leading undergraduate and business schools, and pioneering donors empowers women to change their career trajectories, their earning power, and their lives.
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